Make up-Tasche urban case tokyo You are the black to my white! In der großen und kleinen urban case finden zu Hause oder auf Reisen Kosmetikartikel, Schmuck und andere Kleinigkeiten ihren stilvollen Platz. Isoliert: Nein Volumen Liter: 5 Liter Material: Textil Breite: 36 cm Höhe: 20 cm Material Bezugsstoff: 100 % Polyester Tiefe (cm): 13 cm
Food-focused travel guides for the world´s most exciting cities This book is a food tour in your pocket, featuring more than 100 of the best restaurants, cafes, bars and markets recommended by a team of in-the-know Tokyoites. You´ll also find insights into the city´s idiosyncratic food culture, and a handful of iconic recipes to cook in the holiday kitchen or once you´ve returned home. It´s the inside knowledge that allows you to Drink, Shop, Cook and Eat Like a Local.
Lonely Planet: The world´s leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Make My Day Tokyo is a unique guide that allows you to effortlessly plan your perfect day. Flip through the sections and mix and match your itinerary for morning, afternoon and evening. Start the day at Tokyo´s grand Shinto shrine Meiji-jingu, join the throng at Shibuya Crossing in the afternoon before exploring Shinjuku nightlife in the evening; all with your trusted travel companion. Planning your city adventure has never been so easy and fun. Inside Lonely Planet Make My Day Tokyo : Build your own day from more than 2000 itinerary combinations Insider tips get you to the heart of the city´s must-see sights and experiences Maps and transport planner help you get your bearings and navigate between sights Restaurants and cafes close to your chosen destinations Full colour images of every sight and activity Essential need-to-know info about the city Free, convenient pull-out Tokyo map The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet Make My Day Tokyo , a fun, interactive way to plan your perfect day. Looking for a comprehensive guide that recommends both popular and offbeat experiences, and extensively covers all of Tokyo´s neighbourhoods? Check out Lonely Planet´s Tokyo guide. Looking for more extensive coverage? Check out Lonely Planet´s Japan guide for a comprehensive look at all the country has to offer, or Discover Japan, a photo-rich guide to the country´s most popular attractions. Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet. About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world´s leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves.
Tokyo is a city that enshrines the past and the future, where the Far East meets the Western world. Time and again throughout its history, the city has been afflicted by natural disasters. Yet, despite total destruction, it has risen up again and again like a bamboo shoot in the wind. Thanks to the latest construction methods, today´s new buildings withstand even the strongest earthquakes and typhoons. But even without the influence of natural forces, the city constantly changes and renews itself. With this exceptional travel guide by Christine Izeki and Björn Neumann, you can easily explore Tokyo Metropolis from unusual vantage points, far away from the crowded tourist tracks. The authors take you to unknown nooks and green oases in the middle of the concrete desert. They reveal where Japanese teens meet up and where the hippest cafes can be found. This guidebook is for anyone who wants to explore Tokyo from a different perspective while enjoying unique discoveries and the authentic culture of this international city.
For fans of Japanese manga and anime, a trip to Tokyo is an absolute must! In this captivating Tokyo travel guide, manga artist and author Evangeline Neo travels to the Japanese capital with her mascots Kopi the dog and Matcha the cat in tow, bringing you to all the otaku sights this city has to offer. She shows you where to shop for manga memorabilia in Akihabara and Nakano, takes you on a tour of famous anime and manga museums like Studio Ghibli and Sanrio Puroland, and shares her experiences at a cosplay studio, a maid and butler cafe, and a manga drawing class. In addition to manga and anime-related adventures, Eva brings readers to all the must-see Tokyo sites as well—from Asakusa´s Sensoji Temple to Tokyo Tower and the Meiji Shrine. She also introduces travelers to sushi train restaurants, hot spring baths and a kimono makeover session—even a day trip to Mt. Fuji! Along the way, she shows you all her favorite places to shop and eat, and gives advice on what to pack, what to buy, how to get around, and even how to speak a few words of survival Japanese. This manga guide to Tokyo is depicted in charming and humorous drawings and stories, which are as enjoyable for armchair travelers as they are practically useful for visitors to the city. Step into the world of modern Japanese culture through this amusing and unique guide to one of the world´s top cities.
In The Bells of Old Tokyo, Anna Sherman explores Japan and revels in all its wonderful particularity. As a foreigner living in Tokyo, Sherman’s account takes pleasure and fascination in the history and culture of a country that can seem startlingly strange to an outsider. Following her search for the lost bells of the city - the bells by which its inhabitants kept time during the era when Japan was closed to the West - to her personal friendship with the owner of a small, exquisite cafe, who elevates the making and drinking of coffee to an art-form, here is Tokyo in its bewildering variety. From the love hotels of Shinjuku to the appalling fire-storms of 1945 (in which many more thousands of people died than in Hiroshima or Nagasaki), from the death of Mishima to the impact of the Tohoku earthquake of 2011.For fans of The Lonely City and Lost in Translation, The Bells of Old Tokyo is a beautiful and original portrait of Tokyo told through time. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Holly Palance. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/macm/002118/bk_macm_002118_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Winner: The Kitschies - Red Tentacle novel award 2013 ´´Hi! My name is Nao, and I am a time being. Do you know what a time being is? Well, if you give me a moment, I will tell you.´´ Ruth discovers a Hello Kitty lunchbox washed up on the shore of her beach home. Within it lies a diary that expresses the hopes and dreams of a young girl. She suspects it might have arrived on a drift of debris from the 2011 tsunami. With every turn of the page, she is sucked deeper into an enchanting mystery. In a small cafe in Tokyo, 16-year-old Nao Yasutani is navigating the challenges thrown up by modern life. In the face of cyber-bullying, the mysteries of a 104-year-old Buddhist nun and great-grandmother, and the joy and heartbreak of family, Nao is trying to find her own place - and voice - through a diary she hopes will find a reader and friend who finally understands her. Weaving across continents and decades, and exploring the relationship between reader and writer, fact and fiction, A Tale for the Time Being is an extraordinary novel about our shared humanity and the search for home. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ruth Ozeki. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/cnon/000115/bk_cnon_000115_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
What characteristics and values define a country? Which countries are particularly successful in terms of education, economics, or culture? In this book, Monocle provides a global perspective on the distinct qualities of nations. Monocle´s books with Gestalten have shown you how to build a better life, business, and home. But now Monocle raises the bar: how do you run a great country? They are not talking about might, muscle, or nationalism-although you need a bit of a swagger every now and then. They are talking about a country that feels like a cohesive community, knows what to value, and goes out into the world to gently get its way with soft power, fine ambassadors, and compelling cultural offerings. At home, this country celebrates good education, well-made institutions, and its own people and their skills. How to Make a Nation: A Monocle Guide is a thought-provoking primer that informs and inspires. The best ideas don´t need to be invented-they need to be found and copied. Let Monocle be your guide. Based in London and acclaimed the world over, MONOCLE has delivered a unique briefing on global affairs, business, culture, and design since it was founded by Tyler Brûlé in 2007. Alongside the magazine, Monocle has created a 24-hour radio station, a film-rich website, retail ventures around the globe, and cafes in Tokyo and London.
What power awaits those who collect the three Runestones of Tritinakh? With Kodai and the Shinigami tracking their every move, the best guild this side of Porthos takes the ultimate quest, pitting them against shamans, ice goddesses, stinky giants, and dangerous bugbears. In real world Tokyo, FeeTwix and Sophia arrive to join Ryuk in uncovering the truth of his hallucinations. What they discover is something is a game changer, to say the least. Even with the discovery, and the possibility of obtaining the Runestones, the Mitherfickers will still need help in defeating the Shinigami. It´s time to call in some old friends, and bring a legendary gamer out of retirement. The Soundbooth Theater team for this production: Jeff Hays - Narration Annie Ellicott - Gadsaa Shane, Sugar Spur, Skadi, Cafe Maid Griffin Malnar - Proofing and Editing Justin Thomas James - Production, Editing, Mastering, Sound Design 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeff Hays, Annie Ellicott. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/114344/bk_acx0_114344_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.